In the context of winter sports, high consequence competence management can be observed in the workshop where the skis are prepared. How would you go about rolling out digital competence management here?
by Anna Helene Skau, Senior Advisor, Dossier
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the new User Interface (UI), writes learning technologist Donald Clark, introducing us to 7 ways AI is already shaping our online experience - and competence development in the workplace.
By Donald Clark
When Ben Riseman engaged with Harold Jarche in twitter thread about Dossier we were glad to see that he immediately understood our approach to L&D. In an attempt at deconstructing the process of him wrapping his head around our approach, we asked him to elaborate.
Region Zealand is one of five regions in Denmark. It is a 14-hospital public health system with more than 40,000 healthcare professionals serving a population of almost one million . When it aquired a new EMR system from EPIC it needed to ensure capability at the point of work when the solution went live.
Innovation at Dossier as a comic strip
by Anine Myhre Jensen
by Hilde Solberg Holm and Anders Palerud, Sopra Steria
by Crystal Kadakia
We design learning for an increasingly diverse environment, spanning regions, ages, generations, functions, and roles. But are you a modern learner? What does it mean to be a modern learner?
by Towards Maturity
by Jane Hart
For the last 5 years I have been running a Learning in the Workplace survey which asks respondents to rate the following 10 ways of learning in the workplace – as “Not important (NI)”, “Quite important (QI)”, “Very Important (VI)” or “Essential (Es)”.